Posts Tagged ‘nonviolence’

Our Lenten Project of Life

Mar 1, 2013

OUR LENTEN PROJECT OF LIFE¬† ¬† Phil Lloyd-Sidle Pastor, James Lees Memorial Presbyterian Church originally published in the Sowers of Justice newsletter, Louisville, KY In the midst of so much that calls to us — so much activity, so many emails asking for response, so many actions for peace, for environmental integrity, for economic justice, ... Read more

Christian Nonviolence and the Catholic Social Tradition

Apr 4, 2011

When 2011 began many of us could hardly have anticipated the tidal wave of popular uprisings throughout North Africa and the Middle East. It is amazing to observe the domino effect of these popular movements and the lasting repercussion they will have within the regional balance of power. However the current Libyan situation has brought ... Read more

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time: What was Jesus Thinking?

Jan 26, 2011

Lectionary Readings: Zephaniah 2:3; 3:12-13. God shall leave behind a people humble and lowly, the remnant of Israel. 1 Corinthians 1:26-31. God chose people absurd, weak and despised, so that no one could boast before God but rather find in God their wisdom, justice, sanctification and redemption. Matthew 5: 1-12. By means of the beatitudes ... Read more